Ian Mowll & Santoshan

Biography

IAN MOWLL is a co-editor and layout artist of ‘GreenSpirit’ magazine and is GreenSpirit’s Administrator. His career started with computing in the financial markets, followed by charity/social enterprise work and is now more involved in Earth-centred spiritual development. He is also involved with the Interfaith Foundation and is an independent celebrant. He is the compiler and editor of 'The Rising Water Project: Real Stories of Flooding; Real Stories of Downshifting' (GreenSpirit 2016).

STEPHEN WOLLASTON was given the name SANTOSHAN (contentment) by an English swami in the mid-90s. In his early 20s, he played in one of London’s first punk rock bands, The Wasps, and went on to study typographic design at the London College of Printing. He also holds a degree in religious studies and a postgraduate certificate in religious education from King’s College London. His books include 'The House of Wisdom: Yoga Spirituality of the East and West' (coauthored, Mantra Books 2007); 'Spirituality Unveiled: Awakening to Creative Life' (Earth Books 2011); and 'Realms of Wondrous Gifts: Psychic, Mediumistic and Miraculous Powers in the Great Mystical and Wisdom Traditions' (free Smashwords edition 2012).

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Books

Dark Nights of the Green Soul: From Darkness to New Horizons
Series: GreenSpirit ebooks. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 23,200. Language: English. Published: October 21, 2017 by GreenSpirit Ebooks. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Body, mind, & spirit, Nonfiction » Inspiration » Spiritual inspiration
'Dark Nights of the Green Soul' highlights insights about facing difficult times, alongside reflections on our interactive relationship with Nature and our shared responsibilities. The book presents various perspectives about working with darkness and ways in which we can creatively move forward. It offers practical views for the times in which we live and ‘the great work’ we need to embrace.

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